Iness Zubrilina Internet Projects as a means of students` individuality development

Your Name and Title:  Iness Zubrilina

Internet Projects as a means of students` individuality development

                                                                                   
School, Library, or Organization Name:Gymnasia 1, Dyatlovo


Co-Presenter Name(s): -


Country from Which You Will Present:Belarus


Language in Which You Will Present:English


Target Audience (such as primary school teachers, high school administrators, students, etc.): school teachers of foreign languages


Short Session Description (one line): advantages of internet projects from the point of language learning and personality development


Full Session Description (one paragraph minimum):

International Internet  projects is a popular method of work with students which not only improves the level of foreign language communication, but also the development of a common outlook, and receiving  special knowledge necessary for a particular project. It should be noted that in teaching  foreign languages participation in international Internet projects in the technology of intercultural dialogue contributes to the improvement of practical skills and speech skills, the development of social competence of students, improves communication skills

Having analyzed educational potential of this activity, we can say that participation in the international Internet project encourages:

- improving performance in creative writing competitions and research;

-  an active life position formation;

- improving the quality of knowledge related to the history and culture of our country;

- creativity and self-fulfillment;

- tolerance and national identity,

All this contributes to moral - psychological situation, get children acquainted

to the national and world culture, promotes communication, friendship, brings students mobilize their creativity.


Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: http://inesszubrilina.ucoz.ru/index/internet_proekty/0-57

 

 

 

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